Transitional Housing

Cherokee Family Violence Center’s Transitional Housing Program is an income-based apartment complex designed specifically for the needs of families that have experienced domestic violence. Consisting of 72 apartments with on-site supportive services where families can live for a maximum of three years, the apartment complex is one of the largest housing units of its kind in the nation. The gated complex includes a community swimming pool and playground. The apartment rental amounts vary based on the type of apartment that best fits your circumstances and income.

Making A Place A Home

Embarking on the journey from the chaos of fleeing abuse to stable housing is a profound transformation that brings renewed hope and stability. We understand the significance of a safe and stable living environment – not only for the moms in our Transitional Housing Program but for the children as well. This transition isn’t just about finding a place to reside; it’s about reclaiming dignity, rebuilding lives, and embracing newfound opportunities. Community Partners like Hope By Design help add personalized touches and carefully curated elements, like furniture, artwork, and linens, to make a place blossom into a home. With each step forward, individuals rewrite their stories, proving that with the right supportive services and with determination, a path to secure housing is both possible and empowering.

CFVC Apartments

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Transitional Housing Highlights


Women served.


Families moved into Transitional Housing in 2022.


Attendance for Support Groups (offered 2x/month).


Attendance for weekly workshops (Jan 25-Dec 13).

Steps To Housing At CFVC

Steps To Housing At CFVC

Choosing Cherokee

Nestled in the heart of Georgia’s scenic landscapes, Canton offers a lifestyle that seamlessly balances urban convenience with small-town warmth. Picture yourself strolling down historic streets, where local boutiques and eateries beckon with character and flavor. Feel the embrace of community at free events like farmer’s markets and cultural festivals, celebrating the artistry and spirit that define Canton. Explore lush parks, uncover nature’s treasures, and savor the joy of open spaces perfect for picnics and play. With top-notch schools and a strong sense of unity, Canton is the ideal backdrop for families to flourish and individuals to thrive. Embrace a life where cherished traditions intertwine with modern opportunities – Canton welcomes you to experience the best of both worlds.

Transitional Housing FAQs

We understand that navigating the path to a new home can be tough, but we are here to assist you with any frequently asked questions you may have. Our team is dedicated to delivering top-notch transitional housing support to our clients. 

Our Partners

Statewide Spanish Hotline

800-33-HAVEN, Option 2

Contact CFVC’s Multicultural Advocates for assistance with Family Violence Temporary Protective Orders and individualized safety plans.

Contact Us

770-479-1804 ext. 200

Call 800-33-HAVEN, Option 2, today to connect with Multicultural Advocates who can assist you in your search for safety and housing solutions.

Hotline Services

People reaching out to our 24/7 hotlines in English or in Spanish receive the following services:

  • Crisis intervention.
  • Domestic violence education.
  • Individualized safety planning.
  • Referrals to agencies that provide legal, economic self-sufficiency, sexual assault, elder abuse, children’s and other domestic violence shelters for related services.
  • Intake, if space is available at CFVC’s shelter.

Domestic Violence Hotline


For assistance in Spanish, please call the Statewide Spanish Hotline 1-800-33-HAVEN, option 2.

You’re one call away from getting the help you need.